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The Mediating Effect of the Interpersonal Flexibility on the Psychological Crisis of Trainee Soldiers

  • Journal of Future Society
  • Abbr : JIFSO
  • 2019, 10(1), pp.1-11
  • DOI : 10.22987/jifso.2019.10.1.1
  • Publisher : The Research Institute for Strategy of Future Society
  • Research Area : Social Science > Other Social Science
  • Received : October 15, 2019
  • Accepted : November 28, 2019
  • Published : November 30, 2019

Lee, Jung-won 1 Jungwha Lee 2

1서울사이버대학교
2APL 연구소

ABSTRACT

This study is aimed at examining self-awareness and other-awareness as affective variables in crisis and interpersonal relationship of traince soldiers, bxised on the research showing that most of the crises among soldiers occur in the early stage of their military service because of the problems in relationship with others. For the aim, this study set a goal to examine the relation of psychological crisis of traince soldiers to self-awareness, other-awareness and interpersonal flexibility. The test of self-awareness, other-awareness, flexibility of relationships, and psychologial crisis were administered to 901 traince soldiers who were admitted to the Army Training Center, Results showed that the self-awareness and other awareness affected the interpersonal flexibility and the psychological crisis. Also, interpersonal flexibility confirmed the mediating effect between self-awareness and psychological crisis. These results suggest that the psychological crisis of trainee soldiers is related to interpersonal flexibility and that self-awareness and other-awareness may have a positive effect on increasing interpersonal flexibility. Finally, the limitations of this study and the points to consider for further studies were proposed

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